When Camel Audio’s Alchemy was bought by Apple, many wondered if it would end up replacing Logic’s stalwart sampler EXS24. Instead, it’s ended up running alongside it, offering flexible sample options, as well as granular synthesis and many other creative controls. To find out more, we asked PB instructor and long-time Logic expert Alex Phountzi to dive deeper in Alchemy to see what’s possible. Watch the first video above and make sure you subscribe to our channel for more free tutorials and events.
Although this video only touches on the sound design possibilities in Alchemy, our online Music Production Master Diploma course dive much deeper into Logic and of course Ableton Live. Taken for up to 64 weeks and from anywhere in the world, it covers everything from mixing, mastering and sound design to music business and composition. Find out more about this course here.
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